illustration

White X6, Looks Like a Panda

I had the pleasure of creating a commission piece for the artist of one of the biggest break-through hits, Panda. This piece allowed me to fuse together my love for animals, music, marble, and art. 

I aimed to create a piece that interprets the song with a mix of "old" and "new". The panda head derives from the single's album cover, but instead of a gold chain hanging around its neck, there is a crown of smoke representing the late, Notorious B.I.G.'s iconic image. This crown is a symbol of rap, success, and urban culture. The word Lexington appears within the smoke and ties in the street where Desiigner grew up. A back drop of white marble creates a refreshing and modern aesthetic that also links to some of my own work. By incorporating the past and the future we evolve into the present. 

Click through the carousel of images to see the process.

Santa Pug Lagerfeld for Christmas

How is it already December? This year has flickered by faster than the blink of an eye. 

My favorite part about the holiday season, apart from family reunions, the smell of pine and hot chocolate,  and the sight of glittering lights everywhere, is setting up my Christmas decor. This year marks my first official Christmas tree living on my own. I opted for a minimal-modern approach throughout my apartment, selecting statement pieces that would tie the holidays together. My favorite piece is the Santa Lagerfeld Pug Pillow featuring my own illustration. The pillow complimented the colors of my apartment, brought in a very fun element, and mixed my love for dogs and high-fashion.

Shop now for the Santa Pug Lagerfeld collection available on the Latin for Glory Shop at Society6.  Here are the many pieces that can bring the holiday cheer in style! Click on the image to take you directly to the link. xx

Latin for Glory Around the World

The month of November has always been one of my favorites; it is a time to reflect upon the recent past months and begin looking forward to the new year ahead. The holiday season is thrown upon us during this time, promoting feelings of excitement, celebration, and even nostalgia. 

This November, I am thankful for the opportunity to share my artwork across the world. By making art prints available, I have reached further than I could imagine. Today, Danielle Bernstein of WeWoreWhat and owner of the original Wild West bull posted a snippet of her new gallery wall with my piece in the corner. 

It was extremely satisfying (to say the least) to see an artwork that I put in so much time, thought, and effort amidst beautiful and inspiring pieces in a influencer's New York City apartment. Danielle is just one amongst others that have posted their Latin for Glory art...and for that, I am also thankful.